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Compatible with DokuWiki
No compatibility info given!
This extension has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues.
Similar to vkeyboard
This plugin implements the very special feature: text input in the different languages and keyboard layouts, without having them installed on your local system. Only the requirement – browser should support Unicode fonts to display the whole range of characters.
Plugin is tested in Mozilla FF 1.5&2.0, IE6.0&7.0, Opera 9.02.
- Turned on, keyboard does capture the real keyboard input and convert it to the virtual layout.
- You can try this plugin at
- http://debugger.ru/playground/playground – DokuWiki plugin.
- http://cms.debugger.ru/virtualkeyboard/ – Standalone demo release, older but still actual.
- http://debugger.ru/demo/projects/virtualkeyboard/demo_inline.html – latest release
- Tested with 2006-11-06 DokuWiki release and nightly devel snapshots.
- Code is licensed under LGPL 2.
No configuration is available for this release.
How to install
- 2007-01-13 Version 0.2.1:
- Switched to VirtualKeyboard v3.0b2
- 2007-01-12 Version 0.2:
- Switched to VirtualKeyboard v3.0b1
- 2007-01-04 Version 0.1:
- First public release
- Add configuration
- keyboard view (inline, popup, draggable)
- active languages
- Keyboard skins
- Incomplete Opera support – it does incorrectly handles non-alphanumeric keys in keyboard events, like layout-dependent key codes, mess control key codes with char ASCII codes (i.e. Del gives code 46, means '.' (dot) symbol). Also, Opera does not allow to process Alt key pressing.
- memory leakage and bad input performance after several reloads.
I can't get it to work at all. There's no virtual keyboard that appears when I use it… Does anyone know what I am doing wrong and how to get this plugin to work?